Look at This! These Face Masks Were Made to Wear for the Revolution

Look at This! These Face Masks Were Made to Wear for the Revolution

The revolution may not be televised, but artist Aldo Lanzini thinks his masks will jump start the revolution; the tagline on his site says "Once Worn, Beware of the Revolution." The masks are unusual shapes and color combinations made from yarn, felt, wool, ribbons and threads, taking on wide variety of looks from Hannibal Lecter's infamous mask to characters from Where the Wild Things Are. The artist once told Crane.tv: "I prefer not to show myself to the public sphere to underline the fact I am changing all the time." We can dig it. [Arcademi]

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